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reference guide for shr



i'm looking for reference guide, or some guidline for command line utilities/tools in SHR,


for example if i run:


collect -type cmdbviews -category ALL_VIEWS
Collect completed status - 15


what does this specific return code means (-15), and how i can troubleshoot deeper ?




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As yet there is no SHR Reference Guide.  The best you get is a few commands referenced at the end of the SHR 9.40 Administration Guide.


The "-15" error code is a general code - often indicating that there was no data to process.  You could try using the "extract" command to collect the data from the RTSM views - this should get data into the ~/collect directory.  (If not, check the topologycollector.log for errors and ensure you have deployed the required views into the RTSM and the connection to the topology source OK.) If there is data from the RTSM (CMDB) in the ~/collect directory, then use the "collect" command to process it.

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i've asked similar questions, as we are just implementing SHR 9.4, with no previous experience with SHR. From cases i've had opened with this product, HP advised R&D have internal documents around command line tools etc, but they are "working" on making a customer version. If we can get enough people asking and subscribing to this topic, perhaps we can get the ugency of releasing this bumped up.



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